1. FEMINISM AND TRANSGRESSIVE NARRATIVES - ROOM 22

Chair: Edith Kuiper, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Linda Robertson, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, USA. "Pleasures of the Economic Text Revisited."

Diana Strassmann, Rice University, USA. "Out of Order: Women in Economic Discourse."

Bill Waller, Hobart and William Smith College, USA. "Female Narratives of Wealth and Power."

Anne Mayhew, University of Tennessee, USA. "Rhetoric and New Jobs: WhyPaying Women is Different and What Might be Done About It."




2. GENDER AND ECONOMIC POLICY: FEMINIST APPROACHES TO POLICY - ROOM 23

Chair: Nilufer Cagatay, University of Utah, USA

Lourdes Beneria, Cornell University, USA. "Social Investment Funds and Engendering of Macroeconomics."

Diane Elson and Rosemary McGee, University of Manchester, UK. "Gender Equity, Bilateral Programme Assistance and Structural Adjustment: Policy and Procedures."

Radhika Balakrishnan, Ford Foundation, USA, and Caren Grown, MacArthur Foundation, USA. "Perceptions of Gender and Economics in the Donor Community."

Martha MacDonald, St. Mary's University, Canada. "Economic Restructuring and Gender in Canada: Feminist Policy Initiatives."




3. PERSPECTIVES ON HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTION - ROOM 31

Chair: Kathleen Cloud, Bunting Institute, USA

Susanne Schect, University of Adelaide. Australia. "Allocation of Work and Money in Adelaide Households: A Pilot Study."

Maria Laura Di Tomasso, University of Turin, Italy. "Intrahousehold Distribution of Resources, Labor Market Participation and Fertility Decisions."

Nathalie Holvoet, University of Antwerp, The Netherlands. "The Cloak of Charity: Economic Approaches to the Household."




4. ASPECTS OF WOMEN'S LIVES: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS - ROOM 30

Chair: Antonella Picchio, University of Modena, Italy

Sue Headlee, USA. "The Economic Status of Women in the US, Sweden, France and China."

Rose-Marie Avin, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA. "Cultural Change, and Women in Spain."

Kristin Dale, Agder State College, Norway. "The Effects of Tax Policies on the Allocation of Time and Income of Norwegian Farm Families."